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Old 01-07-2009, 05:17 PM   #1
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Need my Class M license...

how do i get it? Sorry for the noob question but i am a complete newbie to all of this, someone told me i have to take a course and others told me i have to take a written test

what do i do?
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Old 01-07-2009, 05:18 PM   #2
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are you in KY? take the class , look on www.msf-usa.org.

if your in the military it's mandatory to take the class, they even pay for it i think
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Old 01-07-2009, 08:05 PM   #5
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101st Airborne. Death From Above. My brohter went thru there I am very proud of him. Thank you for your service.

About the licence taking the MSF couse is the eaisist way. It gets you the waiver for the road test. Otherwise you have to show up at the DMV but Fu early to take the writen test and get an apointment to come back later for the driving test. You must have someone else bring a car to carry the instructor around to follow u. Of course all registrations, inspections, INsurance for the car and your bike must be legit. Oh and its M-F 8-4 so not only must you take off work but someone else must also. Just take the course they provide bikes and cost about $180 for the weekend and will be alot of much and much more valuable too.
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101st Airborne. Death From Above. My brohter went thru there I am very proud of him. Thank you for your service.

About the licence taking the MSF couse is the eaisist way. It gets you the waiver for the road test. Otherwise you have to show up at the DMV but Fu early to take the writen test and get an apointment to come back later for the driving test. You must have someone else bring a car to carry the instructor around to follow u. Of course all registrations, inspections, INsurance for the car and your bike must be legit. Oh and its M-F 8-4 so not only must you take off work but someone else must also. Just take the course they provide bikes and cost about $180 for the weekend and will be alot of much and much more valuable too.

This is why I am taking the course while in in H-town on leave ^_^ Free-time to get the done.
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like everybody else said taking the msf course would be the easiest way if your just down on leave. That way you dont spend too much time on it so that you can spend more time with your fam.
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